Foam Roundabout - Sensory Furniture
The Foam Roundabout is a colourful, 4-piece foam structure for sitting or standing on.
The pieces can form a circle to walk around or a curvy balance beam to cross, making it perfect for balance and perceeptual development.
Held together with hook and loop, the Foam Roundabout pieces can be used together or separately. is a colourful, 4-piece foam structure for sitting or standing on.
The pieces can form a circle to walk around or a curvy balance beam to cross, making it perfect for balance or obstacle games. Held together with hook and loop, the pieces can be used together or separately.
The Foam Roundabout can be used in a sensory space, in classrooms, or at home and can be used along with our other Soft Sensory Furniture.
This versatile Foam Roundabout can be used to crawl over, jump over, sit inside walk around it.
Create a calming Zone with this multi-purpose Foam Roundabout or use it as a great way to encourage perceptual and physical development assisting with balance and coordination.
The Foam Roundabout is a multi-purpose product that makes a great addition to any sensory zone.
Used on its own, or as part of a course, it's a great way to encourage perceptual and physical development through play.
The 15cm dense foam allows the peices to retain their shape as kids safely crawl on or scramble over it.
The dense foam allows the tunnel to retain its shape.
- Single piece size: 25cm (W), 25cm (H), inner curve: 89cm, outer curve: 127cm.
- Circle configuration: 164cm diameter.
- 4 pieces connected by hook and loop.
- Heavy duty, tear resistance vinyl.
- Durable and UV rated.
- Easily wipe clean.
- Made in Australia.
The Foam Roundabout is great for those facing sensory overload and can be used as a calming cocoon and respite from the chaos outside. It can have fabric placed over the circle to create a great calming zone for those facing Autism, Sensory Processing Disorders and ASD and ADHD.
The Foam Roundabout is great for retreat spaces at home, in Autism and childcare centres & at schools.
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